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-- captions by vitac -- >> larry: tonight, george lopez exclusive. he's making way for conan o'brien on tbs this fall. >> so you're going to move for the white man, huh? >> i am, i am. >> hey, i hope he appreciate this. >> i think the white man does appreciate it very much. >> okay. you don't got to clean a park or nothing, right? >> no. >> larry: george reveals for the first time how he helped seal the deal for team loco. and bill cosby on bullying. the cause and his alter ego fat albert have had it. >> people get attention by being mean, and that's a bully. >> larry: they're defending kids everywhere who get picked on, beaten up, even driven to suicide by other kids. all next on "larry king live." good evening. george lopez is just finishing up with this evening's taping of the show. there you see a live shot of george's studio, that's where the comedy happens. he'll be joining us from his own studio shortly. here's some of the conan humor from "lopez tonight" hot off of the press, watch. >> every time i say i'm down with conan, we're loco together. they almost lo
in prince george's county. jackie benson is there. >> reporter: there is a lot of outrage in this in a community with a strong history of tolerance for undocumented residents. >> the state of maryland is not arizona. we will not stand for these kinds of agreements in our backyard. >> reporter: a rallying cry outside the prince george's county jail as dozens protests the treatment of 26-year-old lorindda decamillion. she arrived carrying her 13-month-old son, one of her three children. on april 20th, she was arrested by prince george's county police and charged with illegally selling two dollar phone cards. she was turned over to immigration and customs enforcement after what officials decide as a routine fingerprint check showed she's the suspect of being in the u.s. illegally. >> it was very difficult for me to be separated from my babies. and i just don't want that to be -- i don't want any other family to be affected by that. >> reporter: her husband described his feelings when he learned his wife was in jail. she was released hours later pending deportation proceedings
of george w. bush when he talked about this nation building and our task is democracy everywhere. when i thought the fact that the priority should stay where it was, which was the global warship on islamist terror, let's take it at first. our task is not to establish democracy in these countries, but there is that way. at the same time, i think it is in our dna and is in our national interest because democracies tend not to declare war against other democracy. free countries do not to do that to other free countries. but again i think of this thing comes out any and will determine. we shall see. >> host: you know, your book is sort of book ended, i shall say, with the to george bush administration. george bush the elder and george buch the younger, and my mind they had the most divergent philosophies of the foreign policy. george bush the older being the realist who after you and jack iraq during that war, sees no reason to try to nation build an iraq. sees no reason to go to baghdad. and very, very carefully choreographed the end of the cold war. there will be i think you quote him sayi
and it would be hands-on. thanks for making my day! >> george is a level the education playing field for children from low income households. can he save at risk kids with the promise of a college education? george weiss learned the importance of a good education at a young age. raised by jewish parents who escaped austria during world war ii. >> they made a strong point. the nazis could take your worldly goods, they could take all your possessions but they couldn't take your brain. >> george grew up in massachusetts and went on to get an ivy league education at the university of pennsylvania. over the next few decades george made a fortune on wall street. but he didn't keep his earnings to himself for long. >> i'm not a person that really cares about how much they are worth. it is really what good i can do with those monies. >> in 1987 george weiss visited a school in a tough section of philadelphia and stunned the class of sixth graders by announcing he would personally pay for their college education if they graduated from high school. >> we want to give these kids the same opport
from temple hillel. two prince george's county sheriff's deputies were involved in an overnight shooting at a nightclub. kathy park is joining us by phone. what can you tell us? >> according to the prince george's county sheriff's department, we understand that a fight broke out in the parking lot right in front of club elite on brinkley road in temple hill. this happened around 1:00 in the morning. the three men were involved in the scuffle. two sheriff's deputies working part-time at the club were trying to break up the fight. one of the suspects tried to flee in his car. ended up hitting one of the deputies. that one deputy in turn shot at the suspect. according to officials, the suspect sustained a non-life threatening injuries. at least one shot was fired. all three suspects involved in that fight are currently in custody. according to the sheriff's department, the suspects did not have any firearms, did not fire back at the deputies. prince george's county police department is currently investigating. they are also involved because there was a shooting. sheriff's deputies
friend. how are you, george? >> i'm having fun. >> reporter: he will come back, we will see curious george that moves and talk and everything. it will be a good time. please stay with us for saturday's morning edition. >>> good morning. welcome back to eyewitness news saturday morning. i'm andrea fujii in for gigi barnett. >>> temperatures in the 40s this morning with a dry start. what will end as a damp day across most of the area. let's show you outside, show you what's going on. clouds are thickening, although we've seen blue sky and the sun peaking through. sunrise about ten minutes ago. clouds are moving in. first warning doppler radar shows the story. down to our south and the lower eastern shore light sprinkles. but missouri of the rain is not making its way across most of the state. dry air in charge and high pressure is dominating for the early part of the day. the saturday forecast looks like this: temperatures in the 40s, a daytime high of 62 degrees. overnight lows around 50 with rain moving in and staying with us for the next four days. we'll talk about it in your comp
, unvision. " el tema de la inmigracion tambien hace noticia en prince george..representantes comunitarios y de organizaciones que los apoyan protestaron esta noche porque una dependencia de ese condado estaria compartiendo informacion de los detenidos con las autoridades federales...jose angel aguirre tiene el informe.. a las afueras del centro correcional de prince georges maryland , residentes y activista de casa de maryland protestaban por la detencion de florinda fabiola lorenzo disimilan de 26 de edad madre de tres hijos y quien habia sido detenida el martes pasado por vender tarjetas telefonicas de $ 2 dolares sin una licencia de negocios en su casa y quien despues fuera traslada a inmigracion ... sorpresivamente ella fue puesta en libertad es una injusticia lo que hacen con una mujer que le separen de la familia entonces no creo que le pase a otras personas aen eso el dolor que uno pasa casa de maryland condenaron el acto poniendo en duda a las autoridades del condado de prince george y l
george mason university students are wondering why they were never told of an alleged sexual attack, which is said to have happened on campus. university officials responded by saying they didn't believe this was a threat to the campus community. surae chinn has more on the story. >> shock. i guess i never heard anything like that happening on george mason. >> reporter: george mason university woke up to an unusual sight on sunday morning. >> three cop cars sitting around talking, and three university policemen. >> i thought they were checking the meters. >> reporter: parking is not what they were after but a suspect. campus officials say the freshman was acquainted with her attacker. george mason university police would not go on camera on sunday but would only confirm they are investigating an alleged sex assault and that fairfax county police are assisting them in the case. >> reporter: police say it happened 5:00 sunday morning in a dorm in madison hall and president's park. >> it is awful. i hope it is not true. >> there are actually police here. i feel it is more serious. >> r
>>> go >>> good morning, america. i'm robin roberts here in new york. >> and i'm george stephanopoulos on this monday, april 12th. this morning -- from moscow, russians and poles come together to mourn the death of the poles' president and but new questions surface about why his pilot had a dangerous landing. >>> meanwhile, president obama warns the biggest threat to nuclear security would be a weapon in the hands of al qaeda. georges sits down with an exclusive interviewry russia's president. >>> a daring rescue caught on tape. a swimmer dives into dangerous waters to rescue a woman swept away by the current. >>> and what a weekend for golf. phil mickelson wins the masters and celebrates with a long emotional hug with his wife amy who is battling breast cancer. what a moment. >>> good morning from russia, where the bells are tolling the hour here. you know, we traveled more than 4,000 miles to interview russia's president dmitri m medved les to interview medvedev. but who could have guessed there would be so much breaking news. first, the tragic plane crash that took t
, jerry. thank you. >>> breaking news in prince george's county, two people were shot at a nightclub overnight. it's the club on the 3200 block of brinkley road. no word on who was shot or their conditions. >>> a private funeral service will be held today for a d.c. school principal murdered inside his time. brian betts was found shot to death in his house one week ago. police still do not have any suspects. yesterday betts' family, frentz, students and colleagues gathered in monassis for his viewing. he's known for changing young lives. . >> he believed in kids, set high expectations and they would meet those expectations. they demonstrated that today. >> the investigation into betts' murder continues. police have now retracted earlier reports that betts held a gathering at his house this evening. there were no signs of forced entry into his home. >>> police need your help in finding the men who robbed a d.c. sports bar in daylight. the whole robbery was caught on videotape, says police. >> reporter: take a good look. >> two individuals followed in behind an open rear door. one of t
on bbc "world news" i'm george. moscow mourns the victims of monday's metro bombing. furnlse take place for those killed when the chechen rebel says he ordered the attack. >> and why a flood to heroin. an a question of sanctions. china welcomes iran's negotiator as the u.s. pushes for stuffer treatment of the issues. >> and the biggest exercise, india starts the census of more than a billion stens and a long way from home. why israel is still relying on workers from the far east to tend his crops. >> he will ol', and welcome to gmt, i'm george. most of the victims of the moscow metro bombings are being burried today as a chechen leader announced he ordered them all dead. the head of an islamic militant urgency posted his claim on his website. with the latest here's richard from moscow. >> across russia a series or funeral it's for those who died in the metro bombings. many of those killed were students, cut down in the prime of life. and knows mourning here now know there may be more attacks coming. that's because this man, daku, leader of the islammist militant group announced he order
proves it. tonight the prince georges county police are investigating. fox 5's beth parker is live in the news room with details. >> reporter: brian, the princgef says they are in the process of suspending one officer and other suspensions will follow. the family of the young man injured is making decisions too. their lawyer says they plan to sue the department. at first he is celebrating. but watch what happens as university of maryland student jack mckenna nears some police ferz along knox road in college park. he stops, then suddenly prince georges officers charge him and start beating him. >> it's outrageous. anybody who would see that you sea young man who is completely defenseless who hasn't committed a crime who is brutally beaten >> reporter: he ended up with a concussion, eight staples in his head, contusions on his back and arms. prince georges county police chief feels bruised too. >> i'm outraged. ice disappointed on the action of the officers i saw on camera and that is not going to be tolerated. >> reporter: tights not just what the officers are accused of doing but w
50s in prince george's county, arlington, fairfax and montgomery counties as well. it's cooler in the mountains, western maryland, west virginia into the upper 40s. and in southern virginia, in the upper 50s. and over the last 12 hours, we've seen the circulation in the atmosphere that triggered yesterday's storms, pulling off to our north and east. a little drizzle around this morning. and as the day progresses, we'll have the winds picking up. highs reaching the low 60s. and quite a bit of cloudiness, just the slight chance of a sprinkle early this morning and later on in the afternoon. more sun tomorrow, highs mid 60s. and near 80 by friday. how's the traffic, engineer? >>> the drive along i-95 uncomplicated. but as tom had mentioned, some patches of light rain, mist, coming down. so the roads may be a little slick. but out of dumfries and dale city, accident-free. interstate 270, wet pavement this morning. authorities were checking for an accident in the local lanes, 270 southbound between 78 and montrose road. and watch out, it will be slick this morning. >>> well you'll h
get your personal information from the office copyer. and who needs a computer when you've got george? >> 609, 537. >> couric: he's hard wired for hardware in tonight's "assignment america." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. all day it seemed like the skies were about to open up again after five days of volcanic clouds. but late today another eruption in iceland began sending up a new plume of ash. it's unclear if this will affect plans to reopen several airports across great britain tomorrow. either way, the royal navy is sending three warships across the english channel to pick up some of the 150,000 britons stranded in other european countries. a look at that initial cloud of cash shows wind currents are moving it toward north america but it's not expected to have a noticeable impact here. mark phillips has the latest from london's heathrow airport. >> reporter: the volcano which at its peak was pumping 500 tons of ash into the atmosphere every second has cha
back to a king? people wanted to make george washington a king. they said, mr. franklin, what did you give us a republic or monarchy. franklin responded, a republic, if you can keep it. if you can keep it. i didn't realize how fragile this thing one until september 11th made me pay attention. we weren't promised that life was going to be easy. we weren't promised happiness. we were promised the ability to pursue it. no one said you would get there and no one said you would be easy. the founders didn't think it would last thing long. franklin indicated the sentiment in the room and that was day number one. america, here we are on day 81,299 of the american experiment. somewhere, i can pinpoint a finger a decade, but i don't think i can get any closer than that, somewhere during those 80,000 days we started taking for granted the gift that we were given. we dropped the ball. it's our fault, too. the press dropped the ball. they are still dropping the ball. the enemy is not the democrats or the president, no, its distortion of the truth. that is the enemy. but somehow or other, big gover
to a king? people wanted to make george, washington, king so they said mr. franklin, what did you give us, a republic or a monarchy? >> franklin responded a republic if you can keep it. if you can keep it. none of us really ever realized -- at least i didn't, maybe you did -- i didn't realize how fragile this thing was until september 11th. made me pay attention. we weren't promised that life was going to be easy. we weren't promised happiness. we were promised the ability to pursue it. no one said you would get there. no one said it would be easy. in fact the founders didn't think it would even last this thing. franklin's response seems to indicate that was the sentiment of the room that day and that was day number one and they were counting them day by day. marcamerica here we are on day 81,209 of the american experiment and some where and i can pinpoint i think kind of in the decade but i don't think i can get any closer to that, some where during those 80,000 days we started taking for granted the gift that we were given. we dropped the ball. it's our fault, too. the press dropped the
in mount vernon, washington. i remember george washington because of a cherry pie eating contest. i cannot tell a lie. he didn't do that. why would we use a lie to describe the most honest guy we had? we perverted it. if we want to fix our country, we have to fix our faith and religion, in ourselves. we have to read the constitution and demand that it be followed. and we have to repair and restore our founders. look, i'm going to start tonight with a man known at the time as the father of the american revolution. which one is that? this one. he's now all but forgotten. you probably, you probably know him, the beer. oh, yeah, samuel adams. i love him! he made beer, right? no, he didn't. i want to tell you a story tonight, and we have an audience here and i have a couple of ex perts that are going to show you stuff. you'll learn more in an hour than you learned about american history the whole time in school with the help of steven mcdowell. i want to tell you a couple stories. he's a his stoitorian from the providence foundation. start here. the first two years of the war for independence.
save money. live better. walmart. >>> good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos. it's friday, april 30th. >> and i'm robin roberts. this morning, breaking news. the massive oil spill in the gulf washes ashore, endangering hundreds of species and threatening to surpass even the exxon valdez disaster. sam leads our coverage down in the gulf. >>> president obama responds by dispatching top cabinet members to the disaster. he calls in the navy, too. but is it enough? and what will this mean for obama's plans to expand oil drilling? the latest from white house adviser, david axelrod, in a "gma" exclusive. >>> plus, the other woman. rielle hunter breaks her silence about her affair with john edwards, their daughter, and the lessons she's learned. >> i followed my heart. and i believe it was the right thing to do. >> we get reaction from edwards' former campaign aide in a "gma" exclusive. >>> and the queen of talk takes on distracted drivers. oprah winfrey joins us live with a challenge for all of us. >>> and, robin, what everyone feared has happened. oil has hit shore down in the g
destruction in texas yesterday. >>> new today, an off duty d.c. police officer was carjacked in prince george's county around 10:00 last night in the 3800 block of old silver hill road in suitland. there are no reports of injuries. police haven't released any information about a suspect either. we'll bring you more details as soon as they come in. >>> police have made an arrest in this weekend's stabbing in wheaton. the suspect isfation attempt first-degree murder charges accused in a confrontation we reported about early yesterday morning at grand view and enales avenues. police say escobar crashed his camry into an accord and began banging on the honda. one passenger got out of the honda and that's when escobar salmarone started stabbing him. the victim is all right. >>> new concerns off the coast louisiana. authorities discovered an underwater leak from an oil rigging that sank in an explosion that left 11 workers missing and presumed dead. ron mott reports. >> till now much of the slick has been siphoned off the surface or held in place. still, some of the mixture could make landfall next
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for the school system. the abuse began in september of last year. >>> four prince george's county police officers are now suspended for that video tape beating of a college student. this is just the latest incident that has people questioning the actions of prince george's county police officers. tonight, mike hellgren investigates. >> reporter: before this video of officers beating a university of maryland student sparked nationwide outrage. police including this taped beating of an unarmed man during a traffic stop wjz showed you last year. >> just give me the ticket, sir. >> reporter: he settled with the county last month for $122,000. a s.w.a.t. team raided the home of mayor kelvo who did nothing illegal. police shot and killed his two black labs. kalvo has seen the video at the center of the latest debate. >> it's not just those involved but the unwillingness of those who witnessed what happened did not come forward earlier. >> reporter: the chief claims that these are isolated incidents. >> i think there's a lot of questions right now about whether justice is taking place day in and day out
the video of prince georges county police beat beating a university of maryland student convinced her to speak up. >>> i'm scott broom in prince georges county where there is fallout in the wake of the police beating in college park. this time a new family is making claims of police abuse. >> first thing that came to my mind, these guys aren't picking or choosing who they beat. >> reporter: debra brown is the mother of napoleon peterson badly injured by police on new year's eve. the charges against peterson were dropped. >> one isolated incident will not take us back. >> reporter: they say the case is being investigated thoroughly and will be reviewed by an independent civilian review board. >> we see repeated misconduct of the same type. >> reporter: this attorney, who serves on the board of the american civil liberties union says nothing has changed. >> the aclu has seen a steady uptick since 2005 in complaints against prince georges county. >>> i'm surae chinn in bethesda where a middle school is rocked by an alleged sexting scandal. students caught selling, distributing and buying
with churchill helped win a war and certainly no george w. with that clals clown back rub he gave angela merkel or that towel snapping with tony blair. ? there's been a lot said about how different you are as people have you already in your talk found something that you, maybe some personal interest you have in common? >> well, we both use colgate toothpaste. >> they're going to wonder how you know that, george. chris: and he's no bush when it comes to dealing with the russians. here was bush in his famous first take on putin. >> i found him to be very straightforward and trustwort and we had a very good dialogue. i was able to get a sense of his soul. chris: but this president's no bush. that's hardly the obama relationship with the current president and when we come back wel talk about president obama's foreign policy. he wanted to transform it. how's he doing? chris: welcome back. president obama hopes to be a transformational president on the world stage. this week he signed that nuclear arms treaty and this coming week hosts that summit on loose nuclear weapons. his biggest emphasis in the
investigated. >> prince george's county police officers could be closer to losing their jobs after a beating caught on tape. we were the first to show you these pictures of police beating the university of maryland student. the student says it's a case of police brutality. >> new this afternoon, investigators are working to identify two officers seen beating the university of maryland student. the third officer was already suspended. that student is jack mckenna. the video shows officers slamming him into all and beating him into the ground. the video has gone viral on campus. >> they are supposed to protect the people as well as property. it did not need to go to that level. >> police must not beat students. >> jack mckenna is suing, claiming police brutality. numerous injuries including aid gash to his skull. not only is the student claiming police brutality. his family is disputing what police put into the charging document. according to sworn police statements, mckenna incited a crowd and assaulted the officers. before the beating, the young man is in keeping down the sidewalk when amoun
>>> good morning, america. on this monday, april 5th, i'm george stephanopoulos. >> and i'm elizabeth vargas. >> this morning, a powerful earthquake hits southern california and new mexico. >>> and the u.s. consulate in pakistan. bombs exploding just 20 yards from the entrance. >>> plus, the embattled chairman of the republican party breaks his silence. can michael steele talk about the visits to strip clubs. he joins us live. >>> and a rescue, when his daughter fell 20 feet into the waters. this daring dad didn't hesitate a second. >>> it is being called an easter miracle. we hope had you a good holiday weekend. robin's extending her a bit. we welcome elizabeth vargas. >> nice to be here. southern california, a major of earthquake hit there in northern mexico yesterday. 7.2, the most powerful to hit the region in two decades. >>> and later, he is at the center of the controversy rocking the republican party. this morning, rnc chairman michael steele speaks for the first time about the donor scandal involving a strip club and what happens. lots of criticism. >> new critic
exclusively with george lopez who helped convince conan o'brien to join him on cable. he opens up about jay leno swellings his good friend sandra bullock. >> she's strong and she'll be okay. >> more from julie's interview early this friday morning april 16th, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> finally friday. good morning, everybody. and welcome to "the early show." i'm maggie rodriguez. >> and i'm jeff glor. harry smith is off this morning. >> good to have you back. you know who else is back? our partner, julie chen. she has an exclusive interview for us with george lopez, the man who was instrumental in luring conan o'brien back to late night television. this morning julie gets inside information about how that deal went down. they also talk about a whole range of topics from jay leno to sandra bullock who is george lopez's good friend and there are rumors he'll get the first big interview with her. >> some people said what conan did to lopez was similar to what len though did to conan. he says no. >> he wanted conan to come and julie will have more on that. >>> but first
from prince georges county with the breaking details. scott. >> well, for three days in a row, police came out here, make announcements. we just in the last hour got the word on two additional suspensions. that now brings the total number of officers on suspension in the wake of this beating to 4. >> university of maryland student, jack mckenna, beaten by prince georges county police in riot gear, in the wake of a maryland basketball win over duke march 3. >> we suspended two more officers as a result. >> now, a supervisor who wrote the apparently bogus charging documents against mckenna. the sergeant in the field, and today two more officers. >> both officers came forward. they came with their legal representation. >> i'm extremely competent. >> the president of the prince georges county police union is weighing in. vince saying he is confident this department is able to police itself. >> there are over 1500 men and women on this agency that, you know, the span of the last two or three years, crime has gone to its all time lows. we have an isolated situation that needs to be a
. >>> in prince george's county, a school bus full of students in college park snagged low-lying power lines and got tangled up in them. this was near the intersection of route 1 and guilford road. officials say there were about 40 students onboard heading home from hyattsville middle school. no injuries the the students and driver had to wait on crews to move the lines. after about a half hour the bus was on its way. also in prince george's county, fire and rescue units remain on the scene of a serious accident involving three vehicles in bowie. police say it started as a head-on collision. just after 4:00. near route 197 and grayson lane. firefighters had to cut two adults from their vehicles. they were both flown to area hospitals for treatment. several others were also injured. route 197 is that area -- in that area remains closed while police investigate. >>> a delta flight from paris landed safely in maine after it was diverted because of an unruly passenger. this was delta flight 273 bound for atlanta. it landed in bangor, maine, just after 3:30. u.s. officials said an american citize
people. as is george lopez, who currently occupies the 11:00 p.m. time slot. he'll move to midnight. and he's happy to do so to accommodate conan. here to talk about the decision that may surprise many are bill carter, national media reporter for "the new york times." he's in eugene, oregon, covering the first night of conan's two-month nationwide comedy tour. he'll be with nus a couple of moments. lynnette rice is here, senior writer for "entertainment weekly," and lauren sanchez returns, correspondent for "extra." here is how conan o'brien made the announcement today. he said, "the good news, i'll be doing a show on tbs starting in november. the bad news: i'll be playing rudy on the all new cosby show." by the way, bill cosby will be here tomorrow night. okay, lauren, what happened here? >> well, you know what? it's a good day to be conan o'brien, obviously. and "extra's" confirmed that conan inked a deal with tbs that will pay him excess of $10 million a year, and by the way, he owns the show, which means he's going to make millions of dollars on the back-end as well. now there's
america this morning. >> moments away, new questions about the beating in prince george's county after missing security tape shows up with a gabon it. >> also, airplanes are taking off overburden for the first time in nearly a week. >> a cloudy and cool start to this wednesday. some rain before the day is over. good morning washington begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is abc 7's good morning washington, on your side. >> good wednesday morning. i am doug mcelway. >> i am natasha barrett. we begin with traffic and weather every 10 minutes. brian van de graaff has more on the rain. >> its entering right now. a little light rain this morning. that will pick up in the midday. it will be gentle. a 10th of an inch or quarter inch. maybe a half inch in some spots. western loudoun county to parts of fauquier county and up and down the shenandoah valley. temperatures this morning in the 40's and 50's. low 70's this afternoon. sunshine returning tomorrow. we will have more on that in a moment. first to lisa baden. happy holidump day. >> there was overnight construction on the beltwa
>>> good morning, america. i'm robin roberts. >> and i'm george stephanopoulos. this morning, in an abc news exclusive, president obama. taking heat over his nuclear treaty with russia. he strikes back at one of his most vocal critics. >> the last i checked, sarah palin's not much of an expert on nuclear issues. >>> and back here at home, public outrage. and the latest twist in the case of that foreign diplomat whose smoke in the bathroom and bad joke sparked a terror scare. is this latest case of immunity part of a pattern of diplomats behaving badly? >>> plus, tiger returns and gets a hero's welcome. >> on the tee, tiger woods. >> tig shoots his best opening round ever at the masters. will his comeback put the controversy to rest. >>> and we're live in st. petersburg as we take you inside the new russia. a russian renaissance. >>> hello from st. petersburg. we're here at the constantine palace. it was first built more than 300 years ago, by the czar peter the great. i don't know how much of the grounds you can see around me. the magnificent grounds. he wanted this to be the
shooting outside a club in prince george's county. we will have the latest. good morning washington begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is good morning washington, on your side. >> good thursday morning. i am doug mcelway. >> i am pamela brown and for alison starling. fog this morning. we will check with lisa baden in a moment. first, brian van de graaff. >> if there is a dense fog advisory for a good portion of the. . that's until 9:00 a.m. and after that we will have a chance of an isolated shower or. we are nearly 50 degrees this morning. visibility is less a quarter mile in the foggy spots. today's forecast, a fall this morning. sunshine and clouds later. highs today near 72. let's take a look at traffic with lisa baden. >> we just heard about a crash if you're heading into chevrolet. it is southbound on the parkway near 202. several cars involved. dangerous fault of their-- fog. 95 between richmond and baltimore, no problems. 270, 66, the dallas green lake, and the dulles toll road, no problems. >> we begin with breaking news from prince george's county. two sheriff's deputies w
. george mason university officials did not send out an alert to all students. they said they didn't believe there was a threat to the entire campus community but they said that the lack of information about the sexual assault has some students worried tonight. surae chinn has that story. >> shocked. >> reporter: george mason university students woke up to an unusual sight sunday morning. >> about three cop cars. state troopers. they were sitting around talking. and then two george mason policemen. >> i wondered what they were. i thought they were checking the meters. >> reporter: police were not after meters, they were after a suspect. the freshman was acquainted with her attacker. >> reporter: george mason police would not go on camera but would only confirm they are investigating an alleged sexual assault. >> reporter: it happened at one of the dorms at madison hall at president's park. >> there were actually police here. then i feel like it is more serious. >> reporter: students use key cards to swipe themselves in and get access between halls at the co-ed dorms. gu freshmen sa
and it was actually a fairly good movie. it came to mind as i was giving some thought at john's-- george's instruction common excuse me, george's instruction for preparing for tonight or go the movie is called the book of eli. i don't know whether any of you all have seen it or go it is at least in atlanta currently out in the theaters, but it is a very interesting movie. the reason i thought of the movie the book of eli is it involves a book of the written word. .. the subject matter of the book of eli. the movie was not the two dock youments about which i want to center our discussion here this evening but the principle is the same. words have meaning. written words particularly those that are crafted and drafted and rift to -- writ to provide a framework within which our lives of citizens of this great land of ours should operate do have meaning and the documents about which i speak are first and foremost. the constitution of the united states of america including its bill of rights adopted shortly thereafter and the successive amendments but primarily the amendments incorporated in the bill of rig
. >> reporter: good evening, george. well, the sound of aircraft overhead, that ever present background noise to modern life, tonight, it's missing. at heathrow, from above -- silence. and, as you said, all caused by an act of god. this spectacular volcanic eruption in a remote corner of the north atlantic is creating aviation havoc across the globe. winds are pushing all this southeast towards europe, forming a potentially deadly crowd of ash near lly seven mil high. >> thank goodness we have travel insurance. >> i did something smart in my life. >> reporter: at noon, britain closed its air space completely. all planes grounded. this has never happened before. >> isn't safe to fly, and that's why the decision's have been taken. >> reporter: a passenger on board one of the last flights across the atlantic posted on twitter, writing, just flew past the volcanic dust cloud. five planes from the u.s. were turned around, one, a continental flight from houston, that got as far as canada before being forced back home. a seven-hour flight to nowhere for 219 passengers. volcanic ash contains tiny par
believed that george w. bush won. they thought al gore won. and then you have the -- kerry getting beat by w the second time, but there was the swift boat thing and -- so it's become now -- how -- a rip and tear atmosphere. i don't think it's unique to american history, but i do think we're experiencing in a -- in a very visceral way right now. >> forty years ago, and again, i mean nostalgic for the 60s, but the fact of the matter is the fringe was clearly understood. there was a consensus about what the fringe was, on the right and on the left. today you have television networks that are not only covering the fringe, but sponsoring it, bringing it into the mainstream. so that in many ways, you know, the sideshow is crowding out the main tent. and i think one of the real dangers is the media moderates find it very difficult. watch cable tv -- >> i do. >> ok. and see how many -- how many people are on there voicing the need for consensus, for finding the ways to bridge our differences rather than exploiting our differences. that doesn't sell dog food. >> well, let me just throw this in.
probably never think about. >> prince george's county honors some of its biggest men and women. a man can only try... and try. i heard eating whole grain oats can help lower my cholesterol. it's gonna be tough. my wife and i want to lower our cholesterol, but finding healthy food that tastes good is torturous. your father is suffering. [ male announcer ] honey nut cheerios tastes great and can help lower cholesterol. bee happy. bee healthy. [ female announcer ] try new chocolate cheerios with a touch of delicious chocolate taste in every bite. >>> senate republicans have just lost action on the furniture reform bill. this is the first set and a -- first step in a long process. says minene's owner samples were saved before the explosion. massey energy says that before the blast, a foreman took air samples as part of a shift change. the company says the tests showed no high bubbles of explosive gases and the air flow was fine. 29 miners died in the explosion. a senate hearing on the disaster will be held tomorrow. >>> traffic alert for those who drive on the wilson bridge. vdot w
prince georges county police department in the wake of that caught on tape police beating of a university of maryland student. a concerned mother is stepping up saying it happened to her son, too. but she fears the circumstances will mean her case won't get the attention it deserves. scott broom has the details. >> reporter: it's the infamous video of jack mckenna, grandson of a prominent judge beaten during a post-game disturbance in college park on march 3rd. >> first thing that came to my mind, those guyses aren't picking and choosing who they beat. >> i thought it is because my son was a black kid in a bad neighborhood, now i see they don't pick and choose. >> reporter: debra brown the mother of napoleon peterson also badly injured in an encounter on new year's eve. brown filed this internal affairs complaint after she says her son's car was rammed by police, he was beaten and charged with felony assault when he balked at stopping for an unmanaged car in a bad neighborhood. the charges against peterson were dropped but unlike the university of maryland case there's no video. >> we hav
bringing card games to struggling prince georges racetracks. legislators failed to pass roughly 1900 measures. >>> tomorrow at 9:00, an abc 2 news exclusive a sit down with former governor robert ehrlich. he announced he is running again for govern. we will chat with him about why he decided to run again and give an opportunity to get your questions answered. if you have questions you want answered email them to the former governor at morning show at and go to our facebook fan page to leave us a question there. tune in tomorrow on good morning maryland at 9:00 to hear the answers to your questions. >>> four firefighters recovering after the truck they were riding in collided with another engine. engine company 36 and 14, were responding to a fire in the 1200 block of moster when they crashed on north fulton and edmonton avenue. >> i heard the sirens going on. i said what is happening. i heard people running upstairs. i was coming right behind them. >> the four firefighters were taken to shock trauma. a crash is being investigated. no word on how the fire began. >>> probably
street into prince georges county. then back up where they were seen jumping out of that van. that is where malique carter was arrested. he was arrested inside therapy hope school. and he was arrested on the identification from a police officer who said she made eye contact in that car. malique carter was seen putting his hands up inside the school, but he knew he was an absconder from youth and rehabilitation school. in fact, police thought he was the driver of the getaway car. police served several search warrants in the city. they had arrested 22-year-old robert boston, and 22-year-old lamar williams. we are now told police are seeking a third individual they are looking for basically what they are saying is there were five people involved, four inside the vehicle, and apparently, there was an adult that was somehow involved after the fact. so that is what that is what we are dealing with here in front of police headquarters. there are some family members that have been here. they have been very upset in hearing this news. they stood next to peter nichols as he read his st
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